Rock, Paper, Swords! episode 2 out now – listen to find out the title of my next Druid novel!

We released episode 2 of our new podcast last week. In it, Matthew Harffy and I discuss some things you might find interesting, from food in historical novels (and the pitfalls of talking about things that weren't around at the time your book is set!) to weaponry. It's a fun episode, and perhaps even more... Continue Reading →

Over The Wall now available to buy on Kindle (free with KU)

If you didn't get the short story, "Over The Wall", which I sent out to my email list subscribers last week, it's now available - polished, expanded and with a professional cover - on Kindle (free with Kindle Unlimited). Links below! UK LINK USA LINK If you've already read it via my email list, a... Continue Reading →

Question for readers – long or short, which do you like best?

As you'll know if you've read my Forest Lord series it was orginally planned to be a trilogy but ended up as four full-length novels. I'd read things like Bernard Cornwell's Saxon Stories and felt like they'd have been better as a shorter series. Similarly, the first three Shannara novels by Terry Brooks were great... Continue Reading →

Cover reveal for Abbey of Death – which is your favourite?

Here's the artwork for the final Forest Lord novella... I really love this art! It goes with the Will Scarlet novella, The Abbey of Death, in which he, disillusioned with a life spent as a mercenary and outlaw, becomes a Benedictine monk. Obviously, though, things don't go quite to plan and soon he's called back... Continue Reading →

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